Re: Using mgetty automated callback, and the NO CARRIER message.
David Wright wrote:
> I have a chatscript to do callback, which looks like this.
> ABORT BUSY
> ABORT "NO CARRIER" <---------------------
> ABORT VOICE
> ABORT "NO DIALTONE"
> "" ATZ
> OK ATL1
> OK ATDT5551212
> ogin: \qmagic-login-id\q
> RING ata
> ogin: ""
> The problem is that if I leave in the arrowed line, it won't work. When I
> (or it) type magic-login-id, the other end hangs up so that it can call
> me back, but my modem says NO CARRIER at this point, which aborts the
> script. Is there a trick to avoid this. (If not, I guess I'll just have to
> leave it out.)
I'm not sure of why this is..
> I thought the \q codes would prevent the secret callback username from
> appearing in syslog, but it looks like this. Why?
Take out the trailing \q.. that turns the echo back on.
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